Abortion & Your Options
Accurate Information. Informed Decisions.
An unplanned pregnancy is often life-changing. It can bring about many unexpected feelings of anxiety, stress, or fear of the future. You may be considering abortion as an option. Before you decide, it is important to remember that abortion is a medical procedure and, like any other medical procedure, you should consult a medical professional beforehand. We are a network of clinics providing the best care and most up-to-date information on your pregnancy and pregnancy options and have multiple locations to serve you. We are dedicated to providing you with everything you need to make an informed decision about abortion, at no cost to you. We will help you confirm your pregnancy with a lab-grade pregnancy test, an ultrasound if needed, and a free consultation to discuss your options. And the best part is that everything we do is at no cost to you.
We know there is a lot to juggle in life and weighing your options carefully is vitally important in this process. It is important to determine the viability of your pregnancy before paying a high cost for an abortion. Our staff can guide you through this process and get the tests you need to know the facts about your pregnancy. Knowing the gestational age, and viability of your pregnancy will determine if a medical abortion is even an option.
According to studies, one in four pregnancies and in a natural miscarriage. An ultrasound can help verify your pregnancy. In some pregnancies, a fertilized egg does not implant in your uterus but rather in a fallopian tube (an ectopic pregnancy) where the embryo could continue to grow and cause the tube to burst. Although this is rare, it can be fatal. Neither a surgical nor medical abortion will resolve an ectopic pregnancy – it would require emergent medical care.
Types Of Abortion
A surgical abortion is a medical procedure that ends your pregnancy. If a woman is 10 or more weeks into her pregnancy and is not eligible for the abortion pill, or in the event of a medication abortion failure, an a surgical abortion may be performed.
There are 2 types of surgical abortions:
* aspiration (vacuum) abortion are the most common type of surgical abortion. It is typically performed where a tool is used to scrape the uterus so the embryo and placenta can be removed through a suction tube. Pain medication is generally given to numb the cervix as well as a sedative to help you relax while the uterus is emptied.
D&E abortions are typically performed at 15 weeks or after and forceps are used to remove the fetus in small parts prior to suction because the fetus is larger.A sedative may be given to help you relax while the uterus is emptied.
According to Planned Parenthood, the cost of a surgical abortion can be as high as $1,500 for a first trimester abortion and even more after the first trimester.
Abortion Side Effects
Common side effects from a surgical abortion may include:
- Feelings of faintness
- Excessive bleeding and blood clots
- Fever and more
The Abortion Pill (Chemical/ Medication Abortion)
The abortion pill can be taken up to 70 days after a woman’s last menstrual period and may require an abortion procedure if the medication abortion is incomplete. While the effectiveness of the abortion pill is high, the rate decreases each week after pregnancy and in some cases, a woman may still need a surgical abortion. If you are considering a medication abortion, we can confirm your pregnancy and provide answers on the abortion pill and all your pregnancy options.
We’re Here For You
An unplanned pregnancy can be scary. You are not alone, we’ve got you covered. With all the services you need provided for FREE, including pregnancy tests and consultations, we hope to make this an empowering experience for you. Our trained client consultants and in-house medical professionals are ready to assist you. Call or text or use the form to book your free abortion information consultation. Your safety and privacy are our priority.
Know Your Risks
Other Risks of both medical and surgical
- hemorrhage (life-threatening heavy bleeding)
- infection, damage to organs (tearing or puncture by abortion instruments during surgical abortion)
- pre-term birth in later pregnancies
- life-threatening anesthesia complications (surgical abortion)
Some women experience a range of long-term adverse psychological and emotional effects. Some people may also be more at risk for guilt and/or depression-like symptoms if their decision to abort conflicts with their spiritual beliefs.